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    Destroying Evidence Charges

    Posted on August 8, 2016 by | Comments are off

    Destroying Evidence Charges
    Have you recently been involved in destroying evidence (NRS 199.220)? That could be altering, erasing, concealing, deleting, obliterating or otherwise destroying a record, book, written document or other seemingly innocuous instrument or object. If that item happened to be one that could potentia... read more

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    What is DUI Probation in Nevada?

    Posted on September 22, 2015 by | Comments are off

    What is DUI Probation in Nevada?
    In the state of Nevada, driving under the influence (NRS Chapter 484C) is a serious offense. Nevertheless, depending on the circumstances, your punishments following a DUI conviction may vary. The judge may fine you, remand you to community service, sentence you to jail or choose from another disci... read more

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    What Does Being an Accessory to a Crime Mean?

    Posted on April 25, 2015 by | Comments are off

    What Does Being an Accessory to a Crime Mean?
    If you have engaged in protecting an alleged criminal or assisted in hiding the evidence of his crime, you could soon find yourself facing legal charges of your own. The fact that you played no active role in the crime's commission does not absolve you of guilt. The state of Nevada may still see fit... read more

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    Admissible and Inadmissible Evidence in a Criminal Trial

    Posted on April 10, 2015 by | Comments are off

    Admissible and Inadmissible Evidence in a Criminal Trial
    Criminal evidence (NRS Chapter 48) can be real, demonstrative, documentary or testimonial, but to be acceptable in a court of law, it must conform to the rules of admissibility. An experienced criminal defense attorney knows that admissible evidence will be: Relevant Competent Material ... read more

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